Tea is not simply a leaf or region, nor only a taste of bitter or sweet, or a feeling in the mouth. It is an unfolding connection between plants and rain, mountains and mist. It is woven from the conversations of soils and insects, sweltering afternoons of sun, and moonless nights of dark.
Tea is a story, of which the drinking is but one chapter. And tea is an opportunity for connection, and therein lays its deep nourishment.
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